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I drive one hour each way back and forth for work Monday through Friday&sometimes on the weekend. WGRC is always on the radio when I am in the car. The uplifting music and Christian programs are treasured opportunities for me to worship God and help me stay centered throughout the day. A few years ago, my son was killed in a motorcycle accident. I took a week off from work but then had to go back. It was all I could do to keep myself together during the months after his death and the hour drive each way for work was unbearable at times. I always kept WGRC on the radio and would focus on the message in the music&the scriptures that were shared which many times felt like they were directed at me at the time I needed it most. I know this was God’s way of holding me in the palms of his hands to assure me that he was with me. It was a very painful time but I felt His presence and gradually a peace that those without faith in God could never understand. (Williamsport)

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Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief

Please consider partnering with a disaster relief organization as well as area efforts (listed below):

  • Crossroads Church, Jersey Shore: Needed items can be found at www.jscrossroads.org (just click on the resource tab for a list of items needed to help with Hurricane relief).
  • "Love Thy Neighbor", New Life Ministries, 111 Susquehanna Trail, Northumberland, PA 17857: 
    Accepting monetary donations which are being sent to the Word of Life Christian Fellowship in the Bronx, NY.  Non-monetary donations may also be dropped off at the church.
  • Christ Wesleyan Church, 363 Stamm Road, Milton, PA (570-742-8987):  Will be collecting items Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm.  Suggested items to donate:  non-perishable food, blankets, bottled water, batteries, bleach, flashlights, etc. 
  • Sheetz, Sheetz Incorporated announced Thursday it has sent refrigerated trucks to assist the American Red Cross in distributing food to the victims of Hurricane Sandy. In an effort to help those devastated by the storm, the convenience store restaurant chain will also collect monetary donations for the American Red Cross, now through December 16, 2012, at all Sheetz locations. Donations will go directly to the Red Cross, to help rebuild the lives destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.